As you can imagine St. Peter is not a more frequent guest at Moxie’s than he is elsewhere here in our valley of sorrows. He has after all a job to do up there at the gate. But as he once condemned Theodora Olava Gregoriusson to haunt Oslo’s finer cafes forever, he feels obligated to drop by to check if she behaves well.
As his boss is strongly against artificial stimuli, Laura can not even offer poor Peter a cup of coffee when he drops by to chat with her about her house ghost. This does not make the famous saint in a particularly good spirits on his occasional visits, so sometimes he gives Laura a piece of his mind should she make a comment or two that he finds inappropriate.
Despite Peter’s grumpy appearance and sometimes hard words Laura appreciate that he drops by now and then as this keeps the house ghost from rampaging completely uncontrolled with the regulars and staff. Besides the regular customers and suppliers he sent Laura’s way when the ghost appeared are considerably more entertaining than those boring sods that frequented Moxie’s before that.